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Islamic State Babies Languish in Prison

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Hundreds of children fathered by IS foreign fighters or brought by parents to the self-proclaimed caliphate are now in limbo, the collateral victims of a militant group in retreat and home countries hesitant to take them back. (April 21)

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3 thoughts on “Islamic State Babies Languish in Prison

  1. lol since AP can’t be Hillary’s media department, they’ve decided to be the mouth piece for ISIS. What are you going when ISIS is destroyed??? Relocate to North Korea???

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